Frequently Asked Questions

Attendance, parking, how the magic happens.
1Cost of attendance?
Free.
2Are pets allowed?
All Rose Squared Art Shows are in public parks that allow dogs. Please be aware that these shows are extremely crowded, and your pet may not enjoy the event.
3I have a permit to carry a gun, may I bring it?
No weapons can be brought to Rose Squared Art Shows, even those with an appropriate permit.
4Will there be food and beverages available?
Yes, a variety of food items and beverages will be available for purchase. A list of vendors will be available soon!
5What are the dates and times of the shows?
The third weekend of May (Verona Park), June (Brookdale Park), September (Anderson Park), October (Brookdale Park). Show hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Shows are held rain or shine.
6Can I volunteer?
Oh, my, yes! We love our volunteers! Rose Squared relies on the generosity of our community to help the artists. For information on volunteering, contact Robin Markowitz, Director of Rose Squared Art Shows, at [email protected]
7Where can I park?
Anderson Park: Plenty of legal parking in the neighborhoods around the park. Brookdale Park: Unlimited parking in the park. Verona Park: Only vehicles with official handicap placards can park at this venue during the show (limited to approximately 25 vehicles). There are multiple parking options very close to the park – click here for details
8How are the artists chosen?
Artists apply for the shows on Zapplication (https://www.zapplication.org/) by sending four images of their art and an image of their display to be juried by a panel of art professionals. As many as 350 artists have competed for 110-140 booths. A jury of three arts professionals reviews the work and chooses what they think is the best fine art and fine craft to be included in the show. Artists create the work, pay for their booth space, decorate their booth display and attend our show, some from as far away as California or Texas! This is their business. Please support them by collecting their unique work.